CIDRAL Masterclass: Michael North, 'Cultural Exchanges'
|Starts:||10:00 8 May 2018|
|Ends:||12:00 8 May 2018|
|What is it:||Lecture|
|Organiser:||School of Arts, Languages and Cultures|
|Who is it for:||University staff, Current University students|
This event is part of CIDRAL's 2017/18 programme, The Constraints of Creativity.
Hallsworth Visiting Fellow, Michael North (Professor of Modern History, University of Greifswald), will lead a masterclass entitled 'Cultural Exchanges'.
In an age of globalization and radical changes in the volumes and modes of communication, the exchange of both material goods, ideas and practices has gained increasing scholarly attention. Historians have sought to characterize what is involved in these exchanges, and a lively debate has ensued. This seminar will not only follow the theoretical debate, but also elucidate the major achievements of research focusing on such issues from the European Renaissance to the global encounters of the Dutch Golden Age. Methodologies, sources and research practices will also be discussed. The seminar is addressed to graduate students from all epochs of history and art history as well as advanced undergraduates.
Peter Burke, What is Cultural History? Cambridge 2008.
Michael North, The Expansion of Europe, 1250-1500. Manchester 2012.
Michael North (ed.), Artistic and Cultural Exchanges between Europe and Asia, 1400-1900: Rethinking Markets, Workshops and Collections. Farnham 2010.
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